This question by Paranoid Panda asks about incognito terminal use. This means history is not recorded in
bash_history; so you can't access commands that were entered during that session.
However this only makes you 'incognito' on your own system, not to anyone else.
Is it possible to run an anonymous terminal session, so that any network-related commands entered in the command-line can not be traced back to the original user, for example the data packets I send to repos/sites/servers?